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K. Mustafa Toure', None
CARICOM SIDS IT Training and Capacity-Building Priorities

Barry Baker, University of Central Florida
Central Florida Memory: The Development of a Collaborative Digitization Partnership Model Serving Learning Communities.

Anusha Wijayaratne, Library, The Open University of Sri Lanka, Nawala, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka
Challenges Encounter by the Librarians of Developing World in Providing Library Services to Support Open and Distance Learning: the Open University of Sri Lanka Library Experience

Richard Siaciwena, The University of Zambia
Challenges of a dual mode institution: The case of the University of Zambia (UNZA)

Pauline Williams-Green, Department of Community Health and Psychiatry, The University of the West Indies
Tomlin Paul, Community Health and Psychiatry
Affette McCaw-Binns, Community Health and Psychiatry
Challenges of the distance modality for postgraduate training in family medicine

Martin Franklin, Department of Economics,U.W.I., St. Augustine Campus
Roger Hosein, Department of Economics,U.W.I., St. Augustine Campus
Closing the Digital Divide in Trinidad and Tobago: the experience of Community-based Learning Centres.

Judi Walker, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania
Jo Osborne, Faculty of Health Science, University of Tasmania
Collaboration and adaptation: a contextual model for efficient delivery of vocational degrees in small island states

Elaine Jackson, Advanced Training and Research in Fertility Management Unit, University of the West Indies
Pansy Hamilton, Advanced Training and Research in Fertility Management Unit, University of the West Indies
Joan Meade, Advanced Training and Research in Fertility Management Unit, University of the West Indies
Lillith Williams, Advanced Training and Research in Fertility Management Unit, University of the West Indies
Collaboration and Networking in Distance Learning: The experience of the University of the West Indies with the M.Sc. Counselling Programme by Distance Education

Charles McSweeney, University of Belize
Collaboration in Addressing National Issues - The University of Belize's Collaboration in Transnational Digital Government Research

Jeanette Bartley, Continuing Education, Open and Distance Learning, University of Technology
Collaboration in Distance Education as a Strategy for Supporting National and Regional Development: The UTech-Jamaica Experience of Challenges and Opportunities

Monty Jones
presented by Ralph von Kaufmann
Collaboration in learning at the farm level to achieve development goals

Mantina V. Mohasi, Adult Education, National University of Lesotho
Dr H. Manthoto Lephoto, Adult Education, Nationa Univerity of Lesotho
Collaboration of stakeholders as an expanded learner system for a distant learner.

Shokahle R. Dlamini, Institute of Distance Education(IDE) - University of Swaziland
Collaboration: A viable strategy in combating the HIV/AIDS crisis in Swaziland

Kapil Kumar, IGNOU, India
Collaborative Models in Course Design and Delivery: The IGNOU Experience

Olabisi Kuboni, University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC)
Communicating for the purpose of learning in the online environment: an analysis of student-initiated communicative acts in UWIDEC's blended learning pilot project

Alison Mead Richardson, Kigali Institute of Education : Distance Training Office
Comparative cost analysis in distance teacher education

Patrick Seleta Ngoma, Department of Adult Education and Extension Studies, University of Zambia
Completing degree programmes by distance learning

Bijay Nanda
Connecting Community with Knowledge: An ICT mission

Jim Gaskell, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia
Jeff Miller, Office of Learning Technologies, University of British Columbia
Constructivist Approaches to Developing Diverse Communities of Learners Online: Examples from the MET program

Manzurul Islam, Adviser, Bangladesh Open University, Gazipur, Bangladesh
Contribution of one mode of delivery and training towards capacity building in ODL and alleviation of poverty through expanded education. Context: An Open univ in South Asia (Bangladesh)

Denise Rosemary Nicholson, University of Witwatersrand
presented by Dick Kawooya
Copyright - Are people with sensory-disabilities getting a fair deal?

Frits Pannekoek, Athabasca University
Rory McGreal, Research Centre, Athabasca University
Gordon Naidoo, Open Learning Systems Education Trust (OLSET)
Santosh K Panda, Indira Gandhi National Open University
Anne Forster, The University of Sydney
Copyright: Athabasca University sponsored panel

Paul Walcott, UWI, Cave Hill Campus
Jamillah Grant, Instructional Development Unit, UWI, Cave Hill Campus
Creating e-Portfolios through collaborative and technology-mediated learning

Sharon Roffey
Creating ODL Learning Materials Made Easy: A workshop to introduce the new COL instructional design template.

Haaveshe Nekongo-Nielsen, Centre for External Studies
Creating pathways to community economic development through open and distance learning: The University of Namibia Northern Campus approach.

Heather Ford, iCommons
Wayne Mackintosh, Commonwealth of Learning
Creative Commons and access to education in the Commonwealth

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